IntelVet commented on the blog post Late Night: I Called the GOP’s Second Shutdown Jones Two Weeks Ago
I’d be happy to bar anyone voting for shutdown from an airplane, put them on the no-fly list.
Heck, I get tremendous amounts of gas when I eat pork. Does that make me a Muslim?
IntelVet commented on the diary post Foodstamp Cuts Impact Families and Children in Every PA County by ThirdandState.
Benefits are modest
I would disagree. The benefits are tremendous, aside from transitioning many from junk food to quality food, the monies go directly into the core economy, which, over time, stimulate the middle/lower class economy from which our national economy grows.
IntelVet commented on the diary post Michigan Releases Report on Renewable Energy Benefits Amidst Front Group Attacks by Gabe Elsner.
I would think, but would like to see actual data, that putting a cowl around a turbine not only increases the power per swept area,(saw that on a discovery channel where Japanese personnel demonstrated a 3x increase in rotor speed with a cowl) but it could logically be assumed to reduce if not eliminate the [...]
IntelVet commented on the diary post Pro-Nuke Climate Scientists Should Go To Fukushima by solartopia.
Oh, I like that one. How about if a crew of said believing Americans help out our ally. I am inclined to think that much of the mess itself is a result of divided accountability, TEPCO and the government. It seems privatized entities exploiting our resources keep wanting the “government out of their business”. I [...]
IntelVet commented on the blog post Audio Of Iron Mountain Managers Trying To Talk Employees Out Of Union Leaked
1. Which airline is the most unionized in the domestic industry?
2. Which airline pays their employees (the pilots) the most. by far?
2a. Which airline’s pilots work the least number of days per month?
3. Which airline consistently shows a profit?
I cannot tell which came first, but I can tell you that the managers there did not go to the cookie-cutter “management schools” like many of those who are “running” industries across America.
Obviously, starting a union, while a giant step towards protecting employees, generally, cannot bring about enlightened management. It helps, but, stupid is stupid and rarely is changed from an external direction.
IntelVet commented on the blog post What is the Point of Spying on Allied World Leaders if the President Doesn’t Know?
Worked for Ronnie.
IntelVet commented on the blog post The “Devil you know” versus the DEVIL as you know him
Bingo! We have a winner.
IntelVet commented on the blog post Justice Department Revives Case Against Former Blackwater Contractors Involved in Nisoor Square Massacre
No charges for George W. Bush? The cretin who made all this possible?
Other than acquiring one’s contacts, address of origin-address of destination, how do they access one’s address books/lists? I mean, other than actually infecting one’s device with a trojan/virus of some kind, in which case, one would assume they would have “everything”?
IntelVet commented on the blog post Late Night: Wind Power Officially Cheaper Than Coal
In fact, I wonder who is paying now to sell us on wind and why.
No need to “sell” me.
IntelVet commented on the blog post UN Panel Says Humans ‘Extremely Likely’ Responsible For Climate Change
Truer words, etc.
IntelVet commented on the diary post Foreign Policy Magazine “Leaks” UN Report on Syrian Chemical Warfare by Pluto.
Don’t forget, exceptional. As in, the US is “exceptional”. Of course the word “exceptional” can mean many things. America is exceptional in that they have a healthcare system that is least cost effective amongst all developed countries. American is exceptional in that they incarcerate more people, per capita, than nearly any other country in the [...]
Notably, the flaring is visible from a satellite, placed at the edge of space, at an altitude of 100,000 feet.
Probably wording, but, it is likely a ballon at 100,000 feet and not a satellite, unless the satellite is in the process of re-entry.
IntelVet commented on the blog post Clark Stoeckley, Court Sketch Artist & WikiLeaks Truck Driver, on Being Banned from Manning’s Trial
Maj. Fein was told to salt the environment with actionable intel.
I like the party idea.
Looks like your cookie. Sorry to peak.
Looks like hero-worship to me.
Simple mind. Do try to learn. Your path seems long.
Heroes. Hmm. I had not thought of them as “heroes”.
Do you have a problem distinguishing the two?
I guess, in your world, the appellation “patriotic hero” would be redundant.
As Ellsberg ( my dutiful bowing and scrapping before a true patriot aside) says, today is a different world.
We now live in the United Stasi and appealing to the world seems the only way to guarantee one might be heard.
The tactics must change with a changing environment. Snowden and Glenn, in the process of trying out different and more effective tactics will be second guessed ad infinitum.
I admire Snowden, Greenwald and Manning, the true patriots of our country.
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